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kids dodging cars in the south bay. dan noyes and the abc news i-team take on a dangerous intersection and they look at solutions. we are continuing to track the storm as more rainfalls in the bay area. this is live doppler 7-hd. you can see all the blue and green. that is lot of moisture out there. meteorologist lisa argen will have your full forecast coming up. >> katie: good morning, welcome back. thanks for watching this morning it's 8:12, you are looking live at san mateo bridge, what a gray wet mess it is out there. san mateo has seen its share of rain coming down horizontally at some point. the cars will keep it slow hopefully and stay safe. >>> san jose spiarnt worried that children walking to school in her neighborhood will get hurt dodging cars in a busy intersection. the problem is in the seven trees neighborhood in south san jose where there are five schools near the intersection of center road and easy street. the i-team dan noyes has the story. >> reporter: neighborhood children try to navigate and anxious line of commuters every morning here at the corner of center road
by tuesday, fedex and u.p.s. said, dan, tonight's your last chance to ship it out. >> john schriffen, appreciate it. >>> as john mentioned, the looming fiscal cliff is now just nine days away, is on the minds of many shoppers tonight. and today, as the president and congress began their christmas vacations, we got a rare inside look at the bare-knuckle, behind the scenes negotiations and abc's david kerley is at the white house tonight. david, good evening to you. >> reporter: good evening to you, dan. it's already vacation mode for everybody in congress and the guy who usually is in the house behind me. the first family arrived in the dark, but woke up to paradise for the holidays. however, the president may not stay because he didn't get his wish -- a deal with congress. members streamed out of the capitol last night with no agreement to avert the fiscal cliff. house speaker john boehner is home in ohio tonight. but he left a video behind. >> washington has a serious spending problem. >> reporter: which played in the capitol tonight would echo through the empty halls. >> the presid
'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson is off tonight. not a great day to play outside with toys. we have live team watch coverage. spencer christian is tracking more rain on our doppler. >> it has been a very wet evening around the bay area. right now though things are relatively calm compared with the downpours we saw earlier. let's go to live doppler 7hd, and we have scattered showers. the heaviest is in the south bay, but let's close in on the north bay where we have a little light rain. some assisted yes, sir rainfall east of santa rosa and moving toward y o -- yountville. mill pea dishas heavier rain pushing into the higher terrain. and then farther south from the ben low man to the bay. heavier rainfall is developing, but it is not even -- even though it is calmer, it is not winding down. more rain coming our way tonight and tomorrow. a look at the accu-weather seven-day forecast in a few minutes. dan? >> spencer, thanks. >>> all of this rain has brought flooding in some areas. in sonoma county, high water is forcing road closures. the chp issued a traffic alert in shellville south of s
on the redskins win. dan hellie has locker room reaction, plus we'll take a look at other teams vying for the tuition title. intous a cowboys and saints with an overtime thrilling. >> rg3 says we're dialed in. >> he's amazing. >> we caught up with red skin fans this afternoon. they said they like what they see and they think in the end the burgundy and gold will be playoff bound. let's listen. >> the game was awesome. rg3 was on the top of his game. >> i just love rg3. he's a player, he's an athlete. he makes the rest of the redskins be better. >> no doubt, they're on a roll. they got a quarterback this year and they're playing like a team. >> playoffs! >> this is the first time the redskins have won six consecutive games since 2005. >>> to the weather now, it certainly felt warmer today without all that wind around. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is here with a first look at the forecast. hi, chuck. autiful shot there. >> yeah, nice looking shot. another plane load of folks getting ready to come into the nation's capital. it's a beautiful sunday night out there. it's got a lit
? >> dan, i just got off the phone with your mother. your family is in full support of this. i spoke with erin. i spoke with your mom for about 45 minutes. the whole drive down. she loves you and she misses you so, so much. she loves the boys and misses them. you -- it is your hand that's taking care of them right now and you know how much they love them. and they're scared. i think they're scared. this vacation has been overdue. it's time to come home. and we welcome you home. we welcome you home safely. your whole family is behind this, as is my whole family. we are working together. and i really want you to come home. >> you just had a birthday today. >> today. >> and you bought the cake and presents. >> we've got the cake. henry doesn't like birthday cake. we've got a birthday cookie cake and your presents are wrapped. and we're ready for you to come home and celebrate your birthday. dan, i'm sure you have birthday plans for henry and we really need to go forward and start celebrating his birthday and bring them home to you and to me safely. >> as you're sitting here and clinchin
, a memorial service for senator dan all inouye at washington national cathedral. then the u cozy are youth parliament holds its annual debate at the british house of commons. the alliance for health reform hosts a discussion on increasing the eligibility age for medicare >> when i first came to washington in 1968 as a staff member to a democrat, bill palmer, one of the things they do on thursday night, they'd play gin rummy in the capitol and my job was to pour the cheap bourbon light the cigars and there was camaraderie, and john made the point many times, when you have had dinner with somebody or friends with somebody and you go out with your families, your less left-hand side to cut their throat politically. >> and then jack kemp became the ranking member, and jack and i used to go out and have meals together and talk football half the time, and then budgets, and even though we disagreed significantly on almost everything, we learned to like each other. he was not evil and i was not evil. pre the problem you got now is people think that the guy on the other side or the gal on the other
in principle. this is a compelling story of what it means to be an american. dan inouye had an impact on so many lives, including mine. his extraordinary accomplishments at the stuff of legend. not all tested in world war ii, despite severe burns prevailed in combat, recipient of our nation's highest award for valor, the medal of honor. distinguished senator from hawaii, president pro tem of the senate. the site also exemplified the qualities most revered by his community, quiet humility, respect for others, standing on principles that matter. family, service to community. a modest man who is assertive and doing what was right. when america was plunged into the crucible of world war ii, nowhere was the attack on pearl harbor more keenly felt than in the japanese-american community. it's difficult today to recall the full intensity of fear, of confucian, a suspicion of recrimination, even hatred that are merged in the days and weeks and months following a surprise attack 71 years ago. and despite the clear injustice in the dinner relocating so many of the japanese community. second-generatio
is no object, and we know rob can spend a little dough, we have some ideas sure to please. here's abc's dan harris. >> reporter: it's called simply enough, the christmas book. an annual catalog put out by the high end retailer neimann marcus. inside, you can find fantasy gif gifts, like a $50,000 personal blimp, even a flying car at the bargain price of $3.5 million. >> it's just fun to go through and say i would love to have this, i would love to have that. ♪ it's a hard knock life for us ♪ ♪ it's a hard knock like for us ♪ >> reporter: this year you can buy a walk-on role to the broadway hit "annie." or this -- a real-life jet pack. at a price of roughly $100,000, it will take you 30 feet in the hair at 30 miles an hour. this can guy do twists, turns, barrel rolls and dive bombs. when i tried it, i inched along at five feet above the water. there's a $100,000 hen house. this looks like the french poodle of hens. here the 1% of the poultry world can cluck around in a coup fitted with a living room, modeled on the palace of versailles. is something like this wasted on chickens? is t
over the course of a long career. but mr. president, what i want to focus on for a minute is the dan inouye who has been there for me as a friend and mentor for the past 20 years. who has been a shining light in this chamber. senator inouye was not the loudest member of this chamber, he was not the most robust and he wasn't a senator who spent his time making long winded speeches but through his quiet resolve, his under stated strength and his commitment to do the right thing no matter what he was able to accomplish so much. he led the appropriations committee through difficult times with grace and incredible effectiveness. the partisan rank that too oftendom nates this city was unaccept to believe him. his focus was on people, on the infrastructure they depend on in the communities, on the must vulnerable. he was a giant here in the senate, he was a mountain back home. hawaii would not be hawaii without dan inouye. he fought for his state. he would not allow it to be ignored and he made it a better place to live and work for generations to come. mr. president, as a senator from anot
south bay intersection. dan noyes looks into the problem. >> and we're continuing to track the storm as more rainfalls in the bay area. this is a live doppler 7-hd, you can follow it in your city as lisa argen is doing for all of the bay area. heavy rain and wind, as well. >>> good morning, you are looking at live at san jose where it is pouring. scene is lot of places around the bay area and will be for the next couple of hours. 52 degrees down in san jose and i was watching a car going through the intersection and kicking up a lot of water. you be careful if you are heading out this morning. >> katie: a san jose parent is worried that children walking to school in her neighborhood will get hurt dodging cars in a busy intersection. problem is in the seven trees neighborhood in san jose where there are five schools near central road and easy street. dan noyes has the story. >> reporter: neighborhood children try to navigate an anxious line of commuters every morning here at corner of center road and easy street in san jose where there is no crosswalk. >> the cars aren't even stopping
at your holiday weekend and it does feature some heavy rain. dan. >> thank you very much. >> so many consequences from the weather. very close call for marin county woman who is getting ready to leave her house this morning when she was nearly hit by falling tree. story tonight from wayne. >>reporter: near the edge of the continent western marin this is what happens when a typical winter storm gets mean in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> one step and crash. >> well i was probably 2 feet. i was underneath all this rubble. >>reporter: michelle and her husband ted on the wrong end of a douglas fir that crashed through the carport, cars and nearly them. they were inside when it fell. did you see it coming. >> no. >>reporter: did you hear it coming. >> no. >> no warning at all. came down from the direction over here. >>reporter: their story was the worst from wet day that brought in convenience mostly. and tough going on local freeways and roads maybe had you a chance to check out the white caps at the reservoir. or the new found streets here. you one have had to park in the
at the forecast and live doppler 7 hd. lisa camera on the move. see you in a moment. >> that's right dan. when you look at life doppler 7 hd right now and we are going to talk about that rain coming up when we return. or not. here we go. we are talking about a large northerly swell coming in out ahead of the front but you foe what, we are looking at very wet conditions soggy conditions for late fall and pretty much all of december. so you can see 151 percent of normal san francisco with 154 percent of normal over to the east bay so we don't need any more rain but here it comes. we time it out for you and 4:00 o'clock tomorrow things are getting a little bit wet in the forth bay. by the over nature hours getting a little more interesting san francisco peninsula but lack at that. 4:00 o'clock in the morning it's out of here and by early saturday morning we are into mostly sunny conditions so much of the weekend looks dry.so this system really not amounting to much but we will talk about that high surf advisory and how much rain to expect in jaws few minutes. dan. >> thanks a lot. more rain
stores. >> nuns are hiring workers and not just a religious. butine dan holdings which isthey are saying they are going to lay off you have the man date tax and companies pulling back on insurance because of obama care. that hits a doubley for the middle class and they have to buy their own insurance and pay if they don't get it >> bottom line with the hobby lobby it is a private company but if they care about their beliefs and totally disagree with what the health care law is forcing them to cover . that's why they may go out of business. if they have to pay the fines, it will hurt the bottom line terribly. >> david obama care was not designed to save money. it need said a huge tax increase to fund it it is it a path of socialized medicine and all of the destruction and that is why unions and companis and employees are trying to optout of it it was a lousy piece of. that is truven to be terrible. that's what obama care is about. rick's good friend to bey cross grove was saying in the wall street journal. probably what it will lead to is a singer payer rule of socialized medicine. >> abs
. we pray in your sovereign name. amen. >> senator dan inouye was a noble soul, one of the finest men i have ever met, and we are por for his loss. i want to join senator inouye's family, hawaii, and all americans in paying respect to an american hero. senator inouye was one of the deluxe senators to ever walk the hallowed halls of this great building. he leaves behind a legacy of public leadership and private kindness that will not be forgotten as long as these walls stand and as long as histories are written. it is fitting you should lie in state in the dome of the capital and proper that he should rest upon the same platform upon which abraham lincoln, president john f. kennedy, rosa parks, and 26 more of this nation's luminaries have lain in state. dan inouye was an institution and deserves to spend at least another day in this beautiful building in which he dedicated his life. as the second longest-serving senator in our history, dan inouye represented our 50th state from the first day it was entered into the union, but his traditional service began long before he came to the unite
. >> "closing bell" exchange, dan greenhouse, cnbc contributor, we've got todd schoenberger from land coal capital, rick santelli, steve guilfoyle on the floor of the exchange with us as well. let's see. let's start with you, mr. grinch. you sell on any strengths, even now, even if we get a deal? >> well, fundamental analysis is thrown out the window. this obviously is a headline-driven market. any time you're hearing about something that's going to take place, any hint at any type of negotiation, any type of a deal, the markets tend to respond. right now i think the markets are calling their bluff right now. we're not expecting a lot out of what's taking place in washington at this moment. here's a thing, guys. even if there is a deal, it's going to be tough. you'll have a knee jerk reaction. markets should be rallying, might be a great opportunity to sell into strength, because when you look behind the curtain of any deal that's going to happen, it's going to be remarkably bad for the economy. >> austerity on the way. >> absolutely. >> whatever we're looking at. >> talking about spending
campaign and the influence on the electoral college with brendan doherty. later, dan friedman has an update on the hurricane sandy relief bill making its way through congress. "washington journal" is next. >> nobody will get 100% of what they want. let's make sure middle-class families and the american economy and the world economy are not adversely impacted because people cannot do their jobs. host: the headline in this morning's "washington post" -- president obama and senate leaders were on the verge of an agreement that would let taxes rise on the wealthiest households while protecting the vast majority of americans from tax hikes set to hit in january. welcome to the saturday edition of "and the washington journal." for the first 45 minutes of the program we are going to be talking about senate negotiating a fiscal clifts deal, what has been going on on that half of the capital. see what they are talking about and how things are going. we want to get your input and your part of the conversation. you can reach out to us on twitter. facebook, facebook.com/cspan. and you can sen
wanted to be late in the process. i'd been in the senate one day, and back in 1985, and dan inouye came to visit me in my office. he was up here, i was down here. and he just introduced himself, we talked a bit about our states, he had all kinds of seniority and, you know, amazing qualities. and i was nothing. and he came to see me. i'm sorry, but you don't forget things like that. says something about him which went through his life. just the way he was. from there, a long friendship began. and while i believed he looked at me as a friend, i looked to him as so much more than that. he was in a total sense a mentor with sort of a confucian touch because he had a japanese heritage and i had an interest in japan and he had a way of imparting judgments and wisdom which were in the eastern method, very subtle. he was not always that way, but he could be, and he was with me. i learned from him how this chamber works, how to get things done. i watched the way he did them. not with a heavy fist or sharp words, but with thoughtfulness, hard work, a commanding presence, that voice, that voice. a
rates rise on those making over a million dollars. is there a plan c or over the fiscal cliff. dan henninger, editorial board member. mary anastasia o'grady and jason riley. where do we stand right now with the collapse of plan b? >> well, it's no fun being john boehner right now. he's still in a tight spot and the concern that the republicans have is that obama's panel strength and as we go over the cliff and tax rates go up. but i really think the buck stops with the president here. when you go into the negotiating sessions, paul and you're expected to make concessions, but you're expect today get something in return and boehner made a major concession on rights and the president is giving him nothing in return to take that to his caucus and say, this is what happened in the horse trading. it's all or nothing, obama seems determined to humiliate the opposition. >> paul: boehner made two concessions, first 800 billion on the table in revenue and don't raise rates when the president said no he, you've got to raise rates. he said okay, a concession on rates, an offer first we'll vot
as many as we can. they've given so much for use after the runs the lieutenant dan band hits the stage. >> i listen to you, you speak so passionately and intensely about the soldiers and about the first responder autos just a privilege to be able to support these folks that is why i say playing lieutenant dan was no coincidence. he talks about the destiny what. he was destined to do. >> wall street is very concerned. no doubt the average folks at home who have been cutting back more inclined to hang onto their wallets. they don't know what will happen. thank you congress. thank you mr. president. >> it is charities' season. makes us feel good to give. that is why there is a concert for storm victims. a bit greedy businesses ted turner did not like that idea. >> there is nothing more to say list. >> good by. >> now there are new ways to give to charity. >> where should you give? tonight. >> what does charity mean to you? the media obsesses what celebrities do and big stars raised more than $30 million for the hurricanes and the victims but this is not charity is most know it but quieter
've given so much for use after the runs the lieutenant dan band hits the stage. >> i listen to you, you speak so passionately and intensely about the soldiers and about the first responder autos just a privilege to be able to support these folks that is why i say playing lieutenant dan was no coincidence. he talks about the destiny what. he was destined to do. i'm greg gutfeld. let's go to andy levy for a pre game report. andy, what's coming up on tonight's show? >> our top stories, three state department officials resign over an internet video that blasphemied the prophet mohamed? what? and is the seattle police department going out of its way to hire stoners? and finally who is "time's" person of the year? the shocking answer that was not so shocking. it feels good to get that off my chest. greg this. >> thanks, andy. >> you becha. >> glad to see me? >> sure. >> i guess it does president matter because they were going to the -- i guess it doesn't matter because they were 2ing to the transition. >> they could frost the christmas turkey just by sneezing on it which is disgusting. i am h
? >> of course, we did. >> reporter: but, then dan heard from a customer who noticed something. there was now another wrench with what appeared to be a similar mechanism on the shelf at sears. but this one made in china and sold under the sears brand craftsman. >> reporter: in fact, side by side, listen to the old ad -- >> it grips on all six sides. >> reporter: now for their new wrench -- >> the six locking jaws. >> reporter: or this part of the pitch, before -- >> it's 14 wrenches in one. >> reporter: -- and now the new craftsman wrench. >> it replaces 14 wrenches with a single tool. >> reporter: and when he says he was surprised sears didn't order more to sell for christmas. our viewers ordered instead. >> look at this baby. this thing is great. >> reporter: miranda vow buying two for her dad and granddad. >> hopefully they're not watching. >> reporter: but viewers were sure watching and after that report, 3,000 wrenches sold. >> made in america! >> reporter: and it's not just the view here, the line outside the studio of "the view" is forming and they've come from all over america. how ar
attended to at the scene. good evening, i'm cheryl jennings. >> and i'm dan ashley. tonight you can see something that hasn't happened 30 years. not this early in the season, anyway. marin county reservoirs overflowing with rain water. cornell bernard reports now from the bon tempe reservoir, one of several spilling over tonight. cornell? >> you know, dan, no one can remember this much water in december, behind me, bon, tempe dam is overflowing tonight. and every reservoir in marin is 100% full. water is shooting down this spillway. the lake is full, overflowing. so is bon tempe dam. rushing water cascading over the top into alpine lake, below. >> it's just so full. last time was probably last year at this point this, is not water but way out. >> it's beautiful especially if you're in water business. >> all reservoir
guest host, contributor dan greenhouse, a chief global strategist with btig. he's going to be with us throughout the program. and merry christmas. and -- >> same you to, as well, sir. and other holiday greetings. >> we don't pay you a lot for cnbc contributor, do we -- did we order you to be here? >> i'm contracturally obligated to not specify anything. >> not specify anything? here at 5:30 and all the way to 9:00. >> i knew that there would be trouble this morning. i got myself seated -- >> good. we'll squeeze you for everything you're worth. we needed a big name. >> big name. we got one. >> it day after -- for december 26. >> you're too kind. >> then here you are. >> here he is. >> what did you get? anything good? >> i have -- >> switch, lump of coal? >> he's a hanukkah guy. >> a lump of coal -- yes, but a lump of coal at some point probably worth something. tet rate we're going. >> that's right. you're -- no tree? >> i want a tree, my wife says they're too messy. >> the trees are messy. >> the needs needles -- >> you have the festivus pole. >> grievances -- >> you better go, sorry.
by. to see a chap in the weather once again. sandy is here with live doppler 7 hd. >> yes dan. we are already seeing signs of change in the form of clouds. we will be seeing rain by tomorrow afternoon in some spots let's check out live doppler 7 hd clouds moving in and high level clouds. check out the computer animation 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. we are going to see rain in the north bay possibly snow indicated by the blue way to the north around lake couldn't and the mountains. rain snow mix certainly possible down around ukiah and 7:00 p.m. rain in the north bay around the santa cruz mountains didn't reach all areas. skirting the coast and keeping it in the north bay by 11:00 p.m. rain light to moderate intensity in the east bay. will you be able to put the umbrella away for the weekend plan and what does new year's day look like. the answers coming up. >> those are key question. subject of new year new tonigh tonight. heading that san francisco over the new year holiday you need a parking spot tough to come by in the city and there are parking app that can guide to you empty
. sandy is here with live doppler 7 hd. >> yes dan. we are already seeing signs of change in the form of clouds. we will be seeing rain by tomorrow afternoon in some spots let's check out live doppler 7 hd clouds moving in and high level clouds. check out the computer animation 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. we are going to see rain in the north bay possibly snow indicated by the blue way to the north around lake couldn't and the mountains. rain snow mix certainly possible down around ukiah and 7:00 p.m. rain in the north bay around the santa cruz mountains didn't reach all areas. skirting the coast and keeping it in the north bay by 11:00 p.m. rain light to moderate intensity in the east bay. will you be able to put the umbrella away for the weekend plan and what does new year's day look like. the answers coming up. >> those are key question. subject of new year new tonigh tonight. heading that san francisco over the new year holiday you need a parking spot tough to come by in the city and there are parking app that can guide to you empty spaces but beware. that technology isn't perfe
of people to local hospitals. as kron 4's dan kerman reports - chevron will be able to use a type of pipe that has created a lot of controversy. >> reporter: nearly 5 months after a pipe rupture created a fireball above chevron's richmond refinery sending thousands to area hospitals, the oil giant has been given the ok to rebuild crude unit number 4 and replace the pipe that ruptured with one made of 9-percent chromium steel the chemical safety board had questioned why chevron was not using stainless steel with 18% chromium. suggesting it was the industry standard and better to withstand corrosion which is believed to be the cause of august's pipe rupture but in this letter to the richmond city council, city manager bill lindsay says two outside consultants have concluded that using a 9 chrome represents an "inherently safer design" than other available materials. it was that determination that lead to the permits being issued the chemical safety board said it "will not endorse or object to that decision." city councilman tom butt said he believes this time chevron covered all their bases
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. could possibly have found some issues. dan kerman turks of the story from there. >> reporter: many feeble and up in a storefront office, with a quick loan, like here. many -- people will end up in a storefront, like this. dan kerman takes the story from there. >> the legal high is 36%, some are even add 400% because this is such an extraordinary amount of interest, they would never be able to even touch the principle. >> reporter: without admitting to any wrong going check 'n go.. will start to reimburse a refund. between $20.4000 $600 if they apply within the next three months he if you think you can apply? calloanrefund.org but you must file your claim within the next 390 days. >> the antioch city park could look like this. the next--90 days--you must submit your requests at calloanrefund.orgnext at 5. shots" kron4news he was 78. >> the antioch city park may look like this now, but soon it will be getting a facelift. arsonists set the toddler section of the park on fire back in september, and since then, the group take-back-antioch set out to raise money to rebuild it. the estima
we got an update on the hurricane sandy relief funding legislation. >> dan friedman is a correspondent with the new york daily news. he is here to talk about the bill that passed yesterday. the senate passing an aid package. it took a 0.5 weeks. what is in that package? what is not enough package? >> the biggest item is about $17 billion. there's about 12 billion ford transit repair. people who live in flood areas could get their damages covered. those are probably the biggest. >>host: there were some items folks tried to tack on, and then it's not necessarily related to hurricane sandy. guest: in the bill that passed, it includes $150 million for fisheries repair available to people in alaska, mississippi, and new england. there is money to repair and marine debris floating across to alaska from the tsunami. there are various bits of funding that goes to other parts of the country. there's $3 billion, some of which will be available to hurricane isaac victims. host: in your article, you talk about the next step. the house returns sunday for a possible vote on the fi
to talk to us dan greenhaus, you are, if i understand it, a fiscal cliff stock bear. >> yes. give or take, yes. >> and why? >> well, i think it's pretty clear you're talking about -- well, our best case scenario has been we're going off the cliff. we said that the day after the election, we standby it today. if you do that, you're talking about the largest tax increase in our country's history, a considerable amount of spending cuts, and in the short-term, probably hit the stock prices on the order of 10%. >> if i give you a cliff deal. okay. i'm going to give you a cliff deal for middle class extensions, 250,000, you're right the top rates will go up. but if you get that deal in january, that does save us from the recession scenario, the really deep gloom scenario. >> this is the big debate. our view has been if you get a deal fairly quickly in the new year, it's hardly the end of the world. the question really or the debate really accelerates if you start getting closer to january 15th or ultimately the inauguration. do you do more serious damage to the economy that makes it more diffic
to pull their cash savings out to pay for higher taxes. here now is dan geller, executive vice president of market rates insight. dan, good to have you here. walk me through this math. you're saying the average american is going to put 54% less into savings this year because if we go over the fiscal cliff? explain. >> yeah. let's go back, michelle because the amount of taxation on an average household is effort mated at $2600, and right now the average savings -- bank savings per household is $5,000. so, yes, this would reduce the amount available for savings by more than half. >> when taxes have gone down, have you seen a subsequent rise in savings and what people put away? >> absolutely. this is the analysis that they did, they compared the two before the tax cuts and after the tax cuts and we saw two things, overall deposits in banks doubled during the tax cut period since 2001 from $4 trillion to $8 trillion. so there was a doubling of the amount of money that consumers deposited in banks and on the levels, as i mentioned before increased from about $2500 a year average to about $5,0
the requirements based on what you just said for the military to consider putting him to death. but you know, dan, so does another case. we're not seeing this kind of movement on that one. i'm talking about the fort hood shootings and accused mass killer, main jar nidal hasan. he killed 13 americans on the army base in texas. it has been 2 1/2 years. will we see the death penalty against him? better question, will we see any charges against him? >> certainly he is being prosecute and there are court proceedings going on. there was just an appeal decision whether he can have a beard during his trial. he will be prosecuted for murder. if there is ever going to be a case where someone should be prosecuted and the death penalty is used this would certainly fit it. this is premeditated and calculated and you had multiple people killed. harris: we'll see what happens. they have a new judge and that will cause more delays. it is set to get going in february. we'll follow both cases with viewers. a quick topic change with you, dan. there is news breaking this morning. we're expecting a vote to come on th
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feet over flood stage. 40 families in the community of felton grove had to leave their homes. dan and liz say they did get advanced warning that the river was rising fast. >> first it was an advisory only. then it became mandatory as it was clear the river was going to come up. >> streets in felton were from six inches to four feet underwater. these photos taken by show the area at the height of the flooding, a stranded police car had to be towed out. >>> stretch of road off richmond parkway reopened after flooding caused its closure. it took on water all day yesterday. the landscape along the road was so saturated rain was rolling off it, the road had to be closed until the water drained off. heavy rain caused a creek to overflow banks yesterday afternoon in -- turned into a lake, four homes were flooded. >>> san francisco international airport expects no weather-related delays today that's good news for travelers whose flights were cancelled this weekend. others spent hours at the airport. at one point arriving flights were delayed up to two hours. >> i got here 4:00 i've been w
. [applause] morris manning, patrick rose all, dan 11, and i, walked into a metaphorical room all summer, emerged not only intact but breathlessly in sync. a lasting poetry the poetry that brought to our doorsteps and stopped us there, pushing all the other work away, we didn't disagree, but more than that we shared a passion and a sense of urgency about seeing that this work was brought forth and presented to the world. in other words, this was easy and obvious just like all the internal and external wrestling that went into it. i make it sound as if we didn't even need to talk about it, but oh, did we talk. oh, did we list. oh, did we worry. but we did in sympathy and with a shared vision. and although i like to think that my group of panelists was of course uniquely incredible, and that we were destined to do this together, i do believe in the end it was these five books we finally collapsed with and applauded and loved as a group that made it possible for us to emerge full of joint about this process. a finalist for the national book award in poetry this year r. david ferry, but wild
. david louie is live tonight. how bad is that number? >> well, dan that, is the smallest increase in spending in four years. now, when there is a retraction that can have implications for the overall economy. the last minute discounts and deals gave impression of a frenzy but retail sales didn't match forecasts by a sizeable margin that. is after some shoppers said they spent more on gifts. >> i spend more. and did a lot online. >> that puts pressure on retailer autos they need to sell that inventory to complete the disfis cal year, and also to provide cash to take them in to the new year as well. >> the professor is executive director of the retail management institute. retail spending accounts for 70% of the kmaigs naigs's economy w sales up a scant 0.7% that is going to have a big impact in month as head. retailers like consumers are waitsing for politicians to agrow on a budget and tax autos where there is that uncertainty, they'll be more conservative in investments and inventories and new store growth but we're going to have some indications of what directions we're going in
. >> dan was only too happy to provide food and since has given jay warm clothing and a bike. jay is 27 and he wants people to know he doesn't want a handout he just wants a chance to work. qt)ju today. bird watchers are expected to scour the bay this morning, more than 1002'ñs volunteers wil start at dawn to6kmÑ dusk, to count birds that spend their winters in san francisco. last year observers counted 176 different species and more than 60,000 individual birds. panda feeling better after an inch didn't left vets baffled. the panda was taken to a hospital after he was found throwing up.#2hrz the team performed six exams trying to figure out what was wrong. the teammwb4u(uq" -- found the panda had steamed corn>ña bread lodged in its esophagus. the panda began feeling better once the corn bread was removed. who knew they eat corn bread, pandas in china! >>> next, breaking news in walnut creek where police t involved in a shooting. >>> suspected mail thief is caught red handed. [ inaudible ] >>> 5 a.m. i'm katie marzullo in for kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. breaking news from the e
and others said good-bye to dan yell inouye. a 19-gun solute at the national memorial cemetery of the pacific. it is the final resting place to thousands of world war ii veterans. the set ran was one. he died of respiratory complications on monday. >>> the race is on to get the last-minute christmas gifts. how some stores are making it easier for procrastinators. >> a gift-gavinging charity makes holiday wishes come true for children effected by hurricane sandy. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, with just one full day left before christmas. people are taking care of last minute gifts for frie and even themsel >>> shoppers are hitting the stores for their final punches with one full day before christmas. people are taking care of last- minute gifts for friends, family and themselves. shoppers tell us some deals are too good to pass up. >> it was like i was not going to buy for people and then i came out and there were sales so i thought, why not. >> more retailers looked like they hired more people just to make sure. >> retailers are add more employees and hours to meet the needs of shoppers, macy's, toys r us a
to cover their costs. dan sumner says the new price of milk would be far above what it now costs dairy farmers to produce it. >> it really will be chaos. >> reporter: so we would go back to this old farm bill which would force the government to buy milk at an extremely high price. >> that's right. >> reporter: this could be a windfall for dairy farmers. >> well, here's the problem for dairy farmers. they don't want chaos in the milk market. it sounds good. gee, everybody will double or triple the price, but who's going to buy it? >> caller: nobody will buy it. >> nobody will buy it. >> reporter: shoppers couldn't understand why congress couldn't solve this problem. >> they all need to be fired. if they want to continue to eat, the bill needs to be passed. that's where we get our food, people. >> reporter: we called the department of agriculture, and they say they have no plan to avoid the scenario. in terms of a price increase, a spokesperson says they have no time for when or if there will happen. john blackstone, cbs news. >>> federal officials are trying to figure out how a jet got
could also work for your pets. it's true. abc's dan harris has the story. >> reporter: of all the absurd things we do for our pets, the massages, the themed birthday parties, the treadmills, the high-end couture. the paris hilton $325,000 doghouse. >> inside is moldings and lighting and heat and air conditioning. >> reporter: of all of the over-the-top pampering, this picture, at first glance at least, struck me as the apex of this particular brand of mania. this doe-eyed little pooch is staring into an artificial sunlight generator, in case he's getting depressed from lack of sun exposure. it's made by a company called pawsitive lighting. then, i heard of the inventor. he was suffering from a severe case of insomniinsomnia. max's doctor told him to use a bright box to counter the gloomy days. it worked. not only on max, but on his golden retriever, luke. >> luke and i were basking in the sun. and he was completely drawn to the light. >> reporter: max did research. and a lot of vets say pets may be getting seasonal affective disorder. a condition that causes depression in humans. and in
, and that was to meet santa claus. >> reporter: mike remembers his father dan, the driving force behind the sheer laugh out loud whimsical joy of christmas. he was a sales man and a gregarious man by nature. >> he did a all to do about catching santa claus, to race to the chimney and say, i got him. i got him. i got caught santa claus. and by the time i got down the stair, he was covered in soot. and the next year he got his boot out of the fireplace. and he said, i didn't get him this time but wait until next year. >> reporter: this christmas mike reserved the right to share his christmas joy with an old old friend teddy. >> i had it a couple of years but teddy was with me that christmas morning because i had gone to bed. i always kept teddy with me. he was my buddy. >> reporter: mike long ago moved away from that house on carnilian way. it's still there tonight and so are the memories. playing outside out front. the families together, the laughters, the characters creates a history more long lasting than the history being made in the rest of the world. earlier i mentioned that almost all of mike's to
the presentation. >> thank you, commissioner. >> good afternoon, dan adams with the mayor's office of housing. very happy to be here to submit your approval for the procedures manual for inclusion. we were here before you for an informational update and during that hearing my colleague sandra egan did a good job. i have a more narrow task, which is good because i have a much more narrow skillset in that area. so i will read through the minor modifications that have happened since the last hearing. we have done additional outreach. we have gotten some input from other stakeholders, internal that have generated a few reviews to the manual. again the housing trust fund -- the passage of the housing trust fund will generate some modifications to the manual and we plan on come back to you next year for that update. this update doesn't contemplate or contradict any of the housing trust fund work. i'm going to refer to a memo included in your packet, which outlines the few changes that have happened since the last hearing. the first there was a clarification had a we made that bmr on-site owners
dan's bar has been an institution in the bayview neighborhood for many many years and sam jordan himself was truly an inspirational figure. he was the first african american to run for mayor in san francisco in 1963, he was a longshore man, a golden globes boxer and a staunch community activist and his legacy continues to live on and you see it in his children and his grandchildren. sam jordan's bar has served as an important gathering place for the city's working class and the african american community. i believe land marking this place is long overdue. we have planning staff here to provide the committee with an overview of this legislation and landmarking request and with that i'd like to invite you to come up and make a presentation. thank you. >> i did have an image for the overhead. >> it takes a second. overhead, please. >> can we zoom out a little bit? >> i'm not sure if you need to do it from the machine there or not. i think you should just continue. >> good afternoon, supervisors, mary brown, planning department staff to present the proposed designation for sam j
'm looking at dan. from your pencil drawing is what this space can be and working with rec and park to fix that idea. congratulations to you and all the port staff. monique, thank you, measuring engineering staff, you guys got a lot done. this is an exciting day for everybody in san francisco. extremely exciting day for folks at fisherman's wharf. i thank the mayor. we will use this well. thank you. >> all right. (applause) >> thank you very much, president fong. our last speaker is one of our best partners in san francisco. he represents the department of public works. he is the city engineer. without the department of public works, cruise terminal project at piers 27-29 would not be possible. they are probably working on about 40 projects with us right now. we are very much in their debt. and to say a few words, please help me welcome, rod, city engineer. (applause) >> give us $4 million and we'll show you how fast we can spend it. [laughter] >> this is how much we spent on this project since october of this year, in the last 2, 2-1/2 months. so, back in september monique and i sat and d
the engineering group. we have dan -- who i see i missed. excuse me. we have dpw who did the design for the area. we have them with the living classroom and maybe it was going to be in another area but it's going to be here at the port of san francisco and had the help of a number of agencies and the parks department and keeping as gorgeous and welcoming as it is. this part was not a park for long. originally this was supposed to be a terminal and imagine if we can containers stacked around here. instead we have a place for humans to come and enjoy, dogs to come and enjoy, the children come and learn about the natural habitat about one of the areas that is best weather wise and we are proud to reinvent ourselves and use our ability to make it all better. i would like to thank the mta with their vision and the blue green way on cargo lane and of course last but not least the park of rec and park and without them we wouldn't be here today having this great celebration and i hope you come back with your dogs, with your families and picnic and enjoy yourself very much so thank you again. [applau
? >> it is both. >> ok, dan has to go. thank you very much. >> thank you, enjoy the water. >> ok, we're going to go around to the front door and look at this. the ferry building was originally built on woodpiles. that were driven down into the mud. not the bad rock. it is almost impossible to find bad rap here -- it is almost impossible to find that rocked -- bedrock. they brought this so they could build the ventilation shaft, and the construction materials were brought here. the same thing is true if you go up to camp mather. a lot of what you see at camp mather was built, part of the construction shack and places for people to lift when they build the dam. the same thing is true here. this is the bart ventilation shaft and the ferry. the average water depth isz about 40 feet, and that is about right. on this side of the bay, we have average depths better 35, 40, 50 feet. the east side of the bay is very shallow. then the larger ships that come through need to have at least 40 feet. they actually have to dredge up some of it. there is a very limited channel through the bed. in a sailboat, y
todo lo que pidió. el doble, sí. (theo) esta mañana hablé con los por teléfono y siempre me dan disculpas estúpidas, como siempre, es ridículo. cuando nuestros camiones se atrasan puede ser por diferentes razones. contraten más gente, no me importa, compren más camiones, hagan algo. jim, ¿qué es esto? parece perejil. ordené cinco docenas no cinco bolsas. cinco bolsas de perejil italiano, ¿ves? pero... en esta factura... dice cinco docenas. no, dice una caja de 60 lo que son cinco docenas. cinco docenas, 60, ¿ves? eso fue mi culpa, leí mal el fax. o podrían aprender a leer. fue completamente un error humano. leer bien es muy importante cuando te llega un pedido. vi que llegaban al restaurante. ¿dónde están? esto es estúpido. idiotas. (chris) es muy importante tener todo listo porque si no estás listo para atender, será horrible. (theo) tiene que ser una broma. ¡qué idiotas! esto es un desastre. mi pedido ya debería estar aquí y ya son casi las 3. recibí su orden y la recibí tarde. lo necesito antes del almuerzo. y no alcancé a ingresarla a tiempo. qué cla
would change by the person who found the bottle. dan jones wrote that whoever found it could text him for 3 tickets to the zoo. a homeless man found the bottle and asked for food instead. >> jones did more than that. he gave the guy clothes, and shoes the homeless man says that jones generosity is helping him get back on his feet. >> more than whoa ever imagined. >> did -- he would ever imagine. >> something very special that happened as customers went through a drive through. >> coming up on good morning maryland at 6, the outpouring of generosity that had many becoming an inspiration for others to follow and this was a long, long line.
're about to see. >> dan harris shows us unique and expensive offers out there. he got the try out one of them. >> reporter: it's called simply enough, the christmas book. an annual catalog put how by neiman marcus. you can find fantasy gifts like a $50,000 personal blimp, a flying car at the bargain price of $3.5 million. >> it's fun to go through and say, i'd love though have this, i'd love to have that. ♪ it's the hard knock life for us it's the hard knock life for us ♪ >> reporter: this year, you can buy a walk-on role in the broadway edition of "annie." a sports car. or this. real-life jet back, at a price of roughly $100,000, it can take you 30 feet in the air at 30 miles an hour. this guy can do twists, turns, barrel rolls and dive bombs. when i tried it, i inched along about five feet above water. for the more risk averse people, there's a $100,000 hen house. this looks like the french poodle of hens. it is fitted with a living room and a boudoir, all modeled on the palace of versailles. is something like this wasted on the chickens? is there any evidence they will lay bett
-warming surprise this time of christmas and, dan bowens has more from our affiliate station in new york city. >> reporter: an unexpected christmas surprise for the children of ps253 in the rockaways. >> shout it out... ♪ >> reporter: the holiday joy is deeply appreciated by the students, many with families still dealing with the aftermath of hurricane sandy. >> a lot of them have been going through a lot of difficulty, the past few weeks. trying to recover, and, you know, some apartments not having lights on. >> reporter: state senator malcolm smith playing the role of the santa and since the stormed worked with hot 97 identifying families in need. >> alisyn: this is overwhelming, i mean, your heart gets full and, a young man... santa, santa! >> reporter: helping collect most of gifts... we told you about this good samaritan and her friend last month and started their drive after noticing children's toys among the debris of the super storm. >> we are able to actually have 600 toys, donated, from different people, all over the country. >> reporter: we were with her as she made her last roun
. here's dan lothian with his story. >> reporter: it takes a lot of people to make a president. big-time advisers, big donors and a very big rolodex bulging with volunteers, one of the youngest might well be 16-year-old alex birdie. >> i think politics is going to be my route. >> he's not your typical teenager. politics is in ms. blootd and passion is in his heart. >> one day we were driving along listen to go to political radio. we have to go in now. >> in 11th grade went all in, juggling high school classes and part-time courses at a local community college canvassing for president obama. >> we're a middle class family. when we talk to them, it's he relatable. she has a son in high school. >> training campaign volunteers old enough to be his parents. >> the first time i can see a lot of faces. i had to start screaming training over here. from a kid, no? that wouldn't be useful, would it. >> one campaign official urged him to brag about his experience so adults would trust him. 2012 was the first rodeo. he came pained for obama in 2008, working the phones as an 11-year-old. >> how
up at 7:00 is good morning america. dan harris is joining us live from new york to tell us what they are working on. good morning. >> hey, carolyn, good morning to you. two storms set to swoop in just in times it make the post christmas journey home potentially a big mess. millions of travels may be affected. ginger is here to tell us when the two storms will affect most strongly. and the mad dash, as you well know, christmas 48 hours away. the last minute shoppers wondering where to get the best deals the day before christmas eve or christmas eve eve. we have all the last-minute tips and ways for you to save money and time. and christmas criminals on a less happy note. caught on tape, some grinch captured red-handed as they try to steal people's purchases. check outweighs people tried and failed to sneak off with christmas gifts. most of them busted, which is the good news. and on a very positive note we are calling him st. nick. how this pro basketball player surprised basketball in need with a christmas they will never forget. a member of the new york knicks, amarie stoudemir
on the nice list? there is time. we have got ideas, we'll tell you about them, live, coming up. >> i'm dan ashley. coming up new at 5:00 an audit uncovers millions more sitting in a state parks slush fund. what was that money going to be used for? and a local principal, two orthodontists team up to put a smile on a south bay boy's face this christmas season that. is coming up at 5:00. the news at 4:00 continues right after this. you know how much grandma wanted to be here for your fist christmas? you see grandma lives waaaay down here, and you live way up here. brian, your cousin, he's a little bit older than you, he lives here, in chicago. and your aunt lisa lives here, in baltimore. uncle earnie? waaay out in hawaii. but don't you worry, we will always be together for christmas. [ male announcer ] being together is the best part of the holidays and cheerios is happy to be part of the family. you just ate dallas! >>> last minute shopping rush is under way to fulfill holiday wishes of friends and lfed ones. there is another gift you should think about adding to the list if you can. we're l
of it. >> yes. absolutely right dan. we begin to see the atmosphere moisture inup and here's don don. you notice the darker green where the rainy is actually hitting the ground. coast up in may rip county even over the golden gate bridge we see returns but mostly it is offshore and as we go closer to the north bay highway 101 clover dale and santa rosa light rain but most of it still in the higher elevations. highway 1 the more rural areas but right now through tiburon golden gate bridge wet weather and drizzle over in berkeley. orinda pretty good right now but first south we may have a little drizzle counsel through san ramone valley definitely cloudy and it has been cold today along the coast you will notice you are looking at few returns but the timing of the system has it coming in pretty much overnight and once again more widely scattered through the overnight hours. ping has cold air with the system and we'll talk about high surf advisory too and what the new years forecast is a little bit later. >> thanks very much. >> with all the rain bay area reservoir are overflowing wit
the eagles the redskins are ready to take on a winner take all matchup against the hated cowboys. dan hellie has more from philly where team is prepping for dallas. >> reporter: the redskins did exactly what they needed to do. improving to 9-6 on the year in position to win their first division title since 1999. obviously everybody pleased with the win over the eagles but everybody after the game talking about that the big regular season finale coming up against the cowboys. >> i was thinking about that since the clock said 00 and referee threw the flag, let's get the cowboys. go have fun and take the division. it's a different situation to be in. i'm happy. i'm excited. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: how long was it after the game was over when you were thinking about the cowboys? >> walking off the field. this is about having something to play for. to win the division. been here going on five years now, to finally have something to play for at this point in the season is very exciting. >> i will probably think about the cowboys after we land. i think that's everybody's mindset. we're
for any news. ashley: dan at the cme. dan, i want to talk gold. it's interesting, gold down eight or nine bucks on the day, and you think it's a safe haven play, but is it the profit takers trying to get ahead of higher tax rates to pay? >> it's possible, but i believe people think there's no grand bargain here. if they come to grips with a plan, the plan they talked about is tax rates. obviously, that's good, a nice headline, but that doesn't stop the sequestering io themes in play. if they are in play, that's deflationary, and that's why commodities are challenged lately. unless there's a good deal, gold will go down further. ashley: interesting. copper, silver, platinum, palladium, down across the board, isn't it? >> oh, for sure. none of the things we talked about, there's rumors now that maybe there could be some of the defense cuts spending in the sequestered items, but until now, no discussion at all about what happens to the other things other than income tax rates, and that's deflationary. good point. allen harry, seems to me, talk oil, allen, fluxuating, and we had a report that
: dan taylor is disabled vet. served on the uss enterprise in the navy. dan lost a leg to diabetes but still laid out the entire light show and his neighbors and everyone who drives by seem to love it. >> you talk about super dan here. this man is amazing. he actually has one leg. he has diabetes, bless his heart. he did more with a man with one leg than i have seen a lot of men with like two legs. he has been climbing ladders here at the home. look at it. it is just amazing. my heart fills out. >> reporter: dan somehow gets up and down his ladder and strings lights. he has only display on his block. >> he got one leg. did it with a wheelchair or something. that was so awesome what he did. >> reporter: dan got help from his niece's young sons. the lights also serve as comfort for the family. dan lost his wife and his niece lost her husband. the christmas season is so very special to this close-knit family. >> just means a lot. he lost his wife a few months before i lost my husband. and, like he said, god, god works in mysterious ways. we have our little family here that he put toge
sales. >> the only way to cia an endangered breed of cows is to serb them up. dan lothian. >> reporter: you are looking at one of the rarest, most endangered animals on the planet. the randall lineback cow. they are more endangered than polar bears, mountain gorillas, pandas, or tigers. it's estimated there are fewer than 500 of these cows left on the planet. not many some far-flung corner of the world, but most right here on a farm in northern virginia. joe henderson, a real estate executive and part-time farmer, is on a mission to save this historic breed of cattle from going extinct. >> i mean, you cannot look at these cows and tell me they're not beautiful. they really are. those little teeny babies -- >> they're cute. >> they are more than cute. i mean, they are -- >> what did you call them? >> they're the pandas of the cow world. >> it's very expensive raising these bovine pandas. >> this animal to survive must find a job. i think we've found a job, and the job is -- >> it is kind of counter intuitive that to rescue this breed, you have to consume it. kahol armstrong is a top che
with dan note as richard handing over the crown to henrik iv played by james lockhart? maybe. the best shakespearean analog is julius caesar. with the dictator, mortgage finance cut down in the capital, henry paulson this time playing brutus, i am thinking of the great scene where mark antony stands over and addresses the murdered body of caesar. this time we have mark antony played by bob hagerty standing over and addressing the fallen fannie, oh mighty fannie, do you live solo? that is enough indulging myself. your indulgence. we are about to hear from the author of this excellent book. after bob's presentation we have ten minute comments and i will introduce at that point and we will follow that with discussion, including your questions at 6:00 and adjourn for reception. and a book signing an informal discussion at that point. and in the wall street journal, and does work as reporter and bureau chief for the wall street journal, and the international herald tribune in hong kong, london, brussels, paris, atlanta, served as managing editor of the asian wall street journal and london b
perception is proven. >> from my facebook page, dan barber wants to know is belief in god based on ink stink? >> it is, there is a hidden force, pulling strengths and running show, we call it an agency, we see invisible agents running thing. john: natural from childhood, mom and dad ran the show. >> i think there is something like a god of the government, we almost see the government as a diety force, we can play to in sense of casting a vote. >> it is not a god, don't believe that. >> you are a government atheist. >> thank you very much michael, brian, and david, and joh jonat, up next, how instinct tells to us say, yes, we can, and invite politicians to manage our lives, but no they can't. but we individuals can. that is nt. [ malennouncer ] it's tt time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you realldon't want to pay more than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and if it findone, you get refunded the difference. just use your citi card and register your purchase online. have a
on the chilly side tomorrow. it's going to be a winter christmas day. dan. >> thanks very much. >> before we go look what's buzz thanksgiving christmas ev eve. child faces it all. on sunday before the arizona cardinal football game linebacker sam ocho gave a fan his gloves. young man couldn't contain himself and ran and told his mom. simple gesture ensure he will never forget the hotel day. look how thrilled he is. best christmas gift ever. nice. >> well, you probably heard of this is dna tests to learn more about your an says industry now one for your cat. it use as tna sample from the cat to determine if the pet parents or grandparents are from one of a certain cat breed. >> 65,000 lights at this house and neighbors say they can't sleep and they want to limit the number of lights. homeowner put the display up in memory of her late husband. neighbors think it's a bit muc much. >> s that's all for the moment. for all of us here thanks so . . . . . . tonight on night line. proof of heaven? a doctor who is convinced that heaven is reel after his own brush with death. >>> "a christmas s
of tickets if i was to get some food. >> dan only too happy to provide food and has given him warm clothing and a bicycle. he's just 27 and wants people to know he is does not want a handout, just a chance to go to work. >> nice tld story. >> yes. >> there is more still to come here on abc 7 news at 6:00 just ahead a late new condition report on first president bush hospitalized for weeks and now, in intensive care. >> we're going to hit stores tonight dispatting return to the holiday shopping season. >> and is the government ask country teetering on the edge of the fiscal cliff you might want to change your tax strategy. advice coming up from michael finney. stay with us. we have a lot more to get to. >>> the health of former president george hw bush is a growing concern. the 88-year-old transfered to houston methodist hospital. he's been at the center ever since a lot of month because of a chronic cough. but he's been fighting a high fever for days. this morning he was put on a liquides only diet. >> no one puts new icu because things are going well we're hoping medicine was help him turn
this beautiful christmas display in detroit. it's arranged by disable navy veterans dan taylor. look how fabulous that looks! he lost his leg because of complications of diabetes. but still he climbed the ladders and strung all those lights. his neighbors call him super dan! >> you don't look at it as a disability or handicap. with god, everything is possible. so i just took my time and started hanging lights. >> gretchen: wow. dan's display, the ohm one on his block. he his says great nephews love christmas and he wanted to put up the display for them. congratulations, dan. that looks amazing! >> clayton: i know how difficult it is. i was up on the ladder and cutting up my hands. he lost a leg and he can do this. >> rick: i hope somebody helps him take them down. >> clayton: exactly. notice when you got a yard like that that's so great, all the other neighbors decide they're not even going to try. you see these houses and blink that go crazy, do you want to be the house that puts a candle in the window? >> gretchen: last week there was an example. the next-door neighbor up up a light that said d
underway this, one holds promise. good evening. i'm cheryl jengs. >> i'm dan ashley. one of the most prominent crime fighters to help reverse the spire yafl violence. william j bratten, police chief in los angeles for seven years. now, a senior advisor for a corporate security firm based in new york. we're live tonight. what is the plan there? >> this isu/>c a new two-point plan, it is an effort to reduce crime throughout the city of oakland involving bringing in help from outside, while placing officers closer to where we live. >> we've heard from our community members. we've heard the cry, loud and clear. >> police chief jordan says he's not pleased with the spike in crime in oakland. as of november, robberies up 24%, burglaries 43%. to date, 127 homicides. >> that is way too many. too many on my watch. i want to change that. >> with the manager and mayor, oblgland top law enforcement officer introduced a flan to restrict gun skprils reduce crime in oakland. this will include contracting with the policy partnership that is a group of manager was a proven record of violence reductio
'm dan ashley. >> and i'm cheryl jennings. >> and i'm cheryl jennings. >> from the entire news this is "jeopardy!" introducing today's contestants -- a refuge affairs officer from washington, d.c... ...a cond... registrar from providence, rhod ...and our returning champion, a computer technician from dublin, ohio... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! alex: thank you, johnny. ladies and gentlemen, thank you so much. and welcome. just in case you've been so busy this week with holiday activities and are just tuning us in for the first time,ek let me tell you about our champion, kris. he's turned two of his games into runaways. he has been most impressive. witness the $60,000 in winnings. so, nichole and allen, you're gonna have to perform extremely well today to replace him. but good luck to all of you. e go. the jeopardy! round is the first round of play, and these are the categories. sounds like fun. followed by... and each correct response... alex: kris, start. iran for $200.
highways jammed with cars. good evening, i'm cheryl jennings. >> and i'm dan ashley. once again, we're on storm watch, more rain is coming. we are live covering the weather for us tonight. let's start with you, john. a rough day for you and many others. >> tough getting up here, everybody is testing out snow boards and skis. there is an avalanche risk here because of the series of storms we've had that have dumped snow and rain and then, heavy snow now has been landing on the weaker layers of snow underneath. that has been creating danger. in fact on monday, a snowboarder was killed during an avalanche at donner ski ranch. the body discovered under two to three feet of snow. also on monday an experienced member of the ski patrol was killed in alpine meadows. that, however, was intentionally triggered by an explosive charge designed to alleviate the avalanche danger there. and over the weekend, two skiers were injured during an avalanche at squaw valley to. give you an idea of the power of an avalanche we have individual yof a controlled avalanche taking place in british columbia. a
their costs. dan summer, professor of agricultural economics at the university of california davis, says the new price of milk will be far above what it now costs dairy farmers to produce it. >> it really will be just chaos. nobody really knows how to act. >> reporter: so we would go back to this old farm bill, which would force the government to buy milk at an extremely high price. >> that's right. >> reporter: this could be a windfall for dairy farmers. >> here's the problem for dairy farmers: they don't want chaos in the milk market. it sounds good-- "gee, everybody will double or triple the price"-- but how much milk would people buy at that price? >> reporter: nobody will pay it. >> nobody will pay it. >> reporter: shoppers for milk today couldn't understand why congress can't at least solve this problem. linda vella: >> they all need to be fired. and if we want to continue to eat, the bill needs to be passed. that's where we get our food, people. >> reporter: we called the department of agriculture, and they say they have no backup plan to avoid this scenario. in terms of a price i
california held on, john garamendi and jerry mcnerdy. om omnivera unseated dan lundgren in his second bite at that apple. in an interesting example of how the top two primary system is going to change things going forward in california, we said good-bye to the dean of our congressional delegation, dean stark, as he was unseated by a fellow democrat, representative-elect herb swolo. >> i want to ask you you about the ethnic shift you mentioned. seemed to me the last 30 or 40 years, the republican has had a reliable model, the southern strategy, where you have to win roughly 60% of the white vote, mostly older, appealing to, you know, certain issues, gun control, abortion issues, things like that. but as the percentage of the vote has changed, going from, you know, 90% was white in 1980 that voted for president and now it was 72%, is there any way for the republicans to continue using that strategy going forward, or are they going to have to literally start from scratch because there aren't enough older, southern white people anymore for them to win the election? >> i think older's a big pie
. reporting live in washington, i'm dan yeielle leigh. mara, back to you. >> thank you. >>> tim geithner is adding to the pressure to get the office calf cliff deal done. in an open letter wednesday, he warned the federal government may not be able to pay its bills once the country reaches its borrowing limit on december 31st, which is monday. that could broil financial markets and lead to a financial downgrade. he proposes a series of extraordinary measures to postpone the date that the u.s. would otherwise default on its legal obligations. geithner estimates his plan would free up about $200 billion, providing roughly two months of wiggle room. >>> well, last night on "the rachel maddow show," guest host ezra klein asked former clinton budget director alice rivlin on where we could see the fallout from the fiscal cliff. >> the real uncertainty i think is what the markets will look isn't in control of its own destiny because we're acting that way right now. now, if you're an investor, whether you're in some part of the united states or you're in some other part of the world, do you rea
at walnut creek. . >>> all right, markets are just opening right now. we have dan from west virginia and the quarterback from syracuse will play in that stadium in just a few days. they are friendly now but maybe not so friendly in a few days. we are watching right now the fiscal cliff negotiations and traders are watching closely and it is a flat morning as they are on both sides of the aisle trying to work that out. >>> and now dave clark and pam cook are both off and we continue with ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> there was a police shooting overnight in walnut creek. christian captain is near 680 with new information he found out within the past hour, christian? >> reporter: we have been on the scene since 4:30 and there is still a sizable police presence and we have seen some units just leaving in a few minutes. we have learned of course this was an officer involved shooting. if you take a look from our vantage point, the scene is at that brick wall you can see in the distance. police confirmed it all started as domestic violence and we have learned that the initial 911 call c
ask folks again, your comments during this comment period, is on this appeal. >> hello. i'm dan coolly, and i am concerned that there is no environmental impact report associated with this major change to the city's traffic flow, major change to pedestrians, major change to folks that will be in wheelchairs, attempting to access, major change to neighbors that are trying to park their vehicles in that very highly impacted and highly crowded neighborhood. it's shocking to me that the city would -- with a straight face, think that this was not some kind of a significant impact that would at least warrant environmental review. i'm not saying ultimately whether the project should or should not be adopted, but to think that it's entitled to some kind of a categorical exemption is a minor alteration is absolutely shocking to me as a member of the public. i am personally very concerned about these plantares in the middle of the street. if they get into intersections, and you're someone trying to walk with a cane, these plantares will be a major concern to me, as someone who has a visual issue
's thoughts that this was all exciting to think about and it was received very well. >> anything else, dan? >> as we did on the last panel, that elevator speech, what did you share, what was your big take away that you gave to your boss to say this was why this exercise was important and that take away. >> collaboration is key. jurisdictions need to work with one another, they need to understand who is in charge, what they've got, that goes from city to city, city to county, county to state, state to federal. everyone needs to be working together, understand who the partners are, what arrangement they are going to have for command and control, arrival of assets and things to deal with the local emergencies. things can go back in marin, california, lots of people are going to be rolling in. the time to form relationships and what one another can bring to the table is not when the disaster evolves but in anticipation of it. i think san francisco is doing a great job of getting all the partners together to understand more clearly what they can do with one another and what they can do to de
or the senselessness of dan white or the well intentioned world of hollywood or the better intentioned world of theater. it's time to reclaim him from the places where the real george gets lost in the story of others, even in my own. and we gift him back to the city and to the people, to his friends and to his colleagues and to the citizens who are the fabric and texture and color of san francisco. so, all of us can stop looking at the death of george moscone and start to put him firmly in our hearts so we can see the likes of him in new community leaders, young artists, queer and colorful, innovators and students, all inside our magnificently and uniquely diverse and never-changing city. san francisco will never be what it was, nothing in life will be. but as i heard recently, we are always nostalgic for a time that never was and often wanting to avoid a future that is inevitable. will change in san francisco as in everywhere is inevitable. and change can be beautiful. we are all of us the agents of change. as george and harvey were. each one of us is the story teller of our lives and the lives of the
bells" plays] >> this is a wbal-tv 11 editorial with president and general manager dan joerres. >> we think of our loved ones who are sacrificing their lives for us. for that reason, we share greetings from those in the military to families here in maryland. these will also be available on wbaltv.com. click on editorials. from our family to yours, happy holidays. >> hi. we want to take this opportunity to tell you we love you and with this you. we want to say hi to our family. we love you. we say -- >> merry christmas and happy new year. >> i'm stationed in south korea. to my mom and dad and sister, i miss you and have the holidays. >> i would like to wish my wife and my daughter and my son happy holidays. i miss you guys and i will see i miss you guys and i will see you soon
begins with "the nfl today," dan, coach, shannon and boomer on "the nfl today" presented by southwest airlines and obviously, big ben and the steelers taking on the bengals the one that you will be keeping a watchful eye on. >> greg: i am going to have a bit of an interest. >> clark: ohio state, if they can somehow get a stop here and convert, very much right back in it. they'll maximize as much of the shot clock -- >> tim: there is craft doing what he does naturally. >> greg: the defense is giving them a chance. >> clark: exactly. >> tim: smith over the -- was that an over the back? i think it may have been. thad matta is in disbelief. i thought that was a long rebound. looks like it might be clean but a call that goes the other way, and kansas gets to the freeing line. >> clark: and it is the double bonus for the jayhawks. >> tim: that's right, two shots for young. you could almost see that in that sequence what you were talking about earlier when the shots aren't falling, even deshaun thomas aimed that shot. it wasn't his normal on stroke. >> clark
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